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Where is he? Police hunt man who ‘broke woman’s cheekbone’ in Brentwood assault

08:19 10 April 2014

Do you know where Jamie Wernham  is? Contact police. Picture: Essex Police

Do you know where Jamie Wernham is? Contact police. Picture: Essex Police

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Police are hunting a man wanted in connection with a serious assault in Brentwoood in which a woman was left with a fractured cheekbone.

Jamie Wernham is alleged to have been involved in the assault in the car park of the Sainsbury’s supermarket at William Hunter Way at about 11.10pm on Friday.

The victim was chased along William Hunter Way and into the car park where she tripped and fell to the ground.

The attacker then kicked her several times in the head causing a fractured cheekbone and other injuries.

Police have been trying since the weekend to arrest Jamie Wernham but he cannot be found.

He is aged 21 and his last known address was in Southend, Essex. He also has contacts in Brentwood and Chelmsford.

He is white, 5ft 9in tall and of slim build.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts should contact detectives at Loughton CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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